When: 16th & 17th June 2020
The 2019 edition of the Tender Training was a huge success. Due to the popular demand we have been compelled to launch our 2nd edition. This edition will be online contrary to the 1st edition due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
With the increasing population in Middle East, the demand for medical supplies is also bound to increase. It is projected that these countries would spend about $71 billion in healthcare by 2020. Looking at this it is pertinent that the people involved in the tender business are aware of the tender mechanisms in this region.
Against this backdrop, we are organizing the tender training once again that will focus on the directories of the tender business such as quality, fair prices, timelines, delivery, after sales services etc. Highly eminent speakers from the industry will share their experience, knowledge and thoughts on the same.
This two-day training will help delegates expand their understanding of the market and extensive knowledge of the industry.
Who is eligible?
- Recent pharmacy graduates, who are interested in enriching their CV
- Pharmacists who want to change their career paths
- Medical Representatives working in Pharma & Medical Device companies
- Sales Managers who need more tactics and tender management skills
- New Pharma companies looking forward to venture into Middle East market
- Tender Coordinators/Associates/Managers, who would like to develop their skills in tender management business
Why to attend?
- To understand ME tender types, dynamics & calendar
- To proactively manage tender risk challenges & difficulty
- To understand the tender strategies option for innovative & classic brands
- To manage tender within the compliance framework
- Know the guidelines of the Middle East region tenders
- Understand the best tactics of tender business
- Get industry insights on the existing and upcoming trends
What do you gain?
- A Training Certificate
- Recommendation to improve your network for future tender role in pharma industry
- Upgrade your future business strategy